The partially completed program is below.

import java.util.Scanner; // User enters a value N // Add up odd integers, // even integers, and all integers 1 to N // class AddUpIntegers { public static void main (String[] args ) { Scanner scan = new Scanner( System.in ); int N, sumAll = 0, sumEven = 0, sumOdd = 0; System.out.print( "Enter limit value: " ); N = scan.nextInt(); int count = 1 ; while ( count <= N ) {(more statements go here )count = count + 1 ; } System.out.print ( "Sum of all : " + sumAll ); System.out.print ( "/tSum of even: " + sumEven ); System.out.println( "/tSum of odd : " + sumOdd ); } }

The loop counts through the integers we are interested in, but it does not yet do anything with them. This is what we want to happen:

- Each integer added to
`sumAll`

. - Each odd integer added to
`sumOdd`

. - Each even integer added to
`sumEven`

.

How do you decide which sum
(`sumAll`

or `sumEven`

) to add an integer to?